HUGHES TURNER PROJECT: New Sound Clips Posted Online

HUGHES TURNER PROJECT (HTP), the collaboration between former DEEP PURPLE/BLACK SABBATH vocalist Glenn Hughes and ex-RAINBOW/DEEP PURPLE singer Joe Lynn Turner, have posted several sound clips from their sophomore album, "II", due on September 29 through MTM Music.

The follow-up to the group's self-titled debut features guest appearances from guitarist Steve Vai (DAVID LEE ROTH, WHITESNAKE) and drummer Chad Smith (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS) on the track "Losing My Head".

The complete track listing for "II" is as follows:

01. Revelation (mp3)
02. Alone I Breathe
03. Losing My Head (mp3)
04. Going My Way
05. Hold On (mp3)
06. Lost Dreams
07. Time And Time Again
08. Goodbye Friday
09. Burning The Sky
10. Sofia
11. Let's Talk About It

The Japanese version of the CD will include a bonus track, "Keep On Shining".

A European tour will take place in the fall.

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